Elodie J.I. Lédée
TitleCited byYear
Contrasting movements and connectivity of reef‐associated sharks using acoustic telemetry: implications for management
M Espinoza, EJI Lédée, CA Simpfendorfer, AJ Tobin, MR Heupel
Ecological Applications 25 (8), 2101-2118, 2015
552015
Responses and adaptation strategies of commercial and charter fishers to zoning changes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
EJI Lédée, SG Sutton, RC Tobin, DM De Freitas
Marine Policy 36 (1), 226-234, 2012
502012
The spatial extent of delivery of terrestrial materials from the Burdekin Region in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon
S Lewis, J Brodie, E Ledee, M Alewijnse
Australian Centre for Tropical Freshwater Research, James Cook University …, 2006
242006
Water quality characteristics of water draining different land uses in the Tully/Murray rivers region
J Faithful, L Liessmann, J Brodie, E Ledee, D Sydes, M Maughan
ACTFR Report 6, 25, 2007
202007
Movements and space use of giant trevally in coral reef habitats and the importance of environmental drivers
EJI Lédée, MR Heupel, AJ Tobin, CA Simpfendorfer
Animal Biotelemetry 3 (1), 6, 2015
182015
A comparison between traditional kernel-based methods and network analysis: an example from two nearshore shark species
EJI Lédée, MR Heupel, AJ Tobin, DM Knip, CA Simpfendorfer
Animal Behaviour 103, 17-28, 2015
182015
Spatial substitution strategies of recreational fishers in response to zoning changes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
DM De Freitas, SG Sutton, JM Moloney, EJI Lédée, RC Tobin
Marine Policy 40, 145-153, 2013
162013
Continental-scale animal tracking reveals functional movement classes across marine taxa
S Brodie, EJI Lédée, MR Heupel, RC Babcock, HA Campbell, DC Gledhill, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 3717, 2018
132018
Contrasting patterns of vertical and horizontal space use of two exploited and sympatric coral reef fish
JK Matley, AJ Tobin, EJI Lédée, MR Heupel, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine Biology 163 (12), 253, 2016
92016
Telemetry reveals spatial separation of co-occurring reef sharks
MR Heupel, EJI Lédée, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 589, 179-192, 2018
82018
Movement patterns of two carangid species in inshore habitats characterised using network analysis
EJI Ledee, MR Heupel, AJ Tobin, A Mapleston, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 553, 219-232, 2016
72016
I, SG Sutton, RC Tobin, and DM De Freitas. 2012. Responses and adaptation strategies of commercial and charter fishers to zoning changes in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
EJ Lédée
Marine Policy 36, 226-234, 0
3
Interspecific interactions, movement patterns and habitat use in a diverse coastal shark assemblage
MR Heupel, SEM Munroe, EJI Lédée, A Chin, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine Biology 166 (6), 68, 2019
22019
Network analysis and theory in shark ecology-methods and applications
J Mourier, DMP Jacoby, TL Guttridge
Shark research: emerging technologies and applications for the field and …, 2018
22018
Interspecific interactions, movement patterns and habitat use in a diverse coastal shark assemblage
SEM Munroe, CA Simpfendorfer, A Chin, EJ Ledee, MR Heupel
2019
Conducting and interpreting fish telemetry studies: considerations for researchers and resource managers
JW Brownscombe, EJI Lédée, GD Raby, DP Struthers, LFG Gutowsky, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 29 (2), 369-400, 2019
2019
A multilayer perspective for inferring spatial and social functioning in animal movement networks
J Mourier, EJI Ledee, DMP Jacoby
bioRxiv, 749085, 2019
2019
Evaluation of Tag Retention, Healing, Growth, and Behavior in Age-0 Muskellunge Following Acoustic Transmitter Implantation
SE Walton-Rabideau, M Newell, AL Jeanson, EJI Lédée, JM Farrell, ...
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 39, 652-663, 2019
2019
Continental-scale animal tracking reveals functional movement classes across marine taxa
RG HARCOURT, S BRODIE, EJI LEDEE, MR HEUPEL, RC BABCOCK, ...
2018
Telemetry reveals spatial separation of co-occurring reef sharks
CA SIMPFENDORFER, MR HEUPEL, EJI LEDEE
2018
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